Campus Announcements - Full Text
Welcome to Campus Announcements, a service for the faculty and staff of California State University, Chico. This site will provide information that you should find useful – campus notices, deadlines, upcoming events, etc.
Weight stigma and discrimination include judgment, stereotyping and treatment based on one's weight, shape and/or size. Weight stigma impacts the student who fits uncomfortably in chairs and desks made for smaller bodies, the staff member paid less or bypassed for promotions because she's larger, and anyone who avoids preventative health care knowing they'll be shamed for their weight.
Don't be a part of the problem. Stop the diet and body bashing talk. Learn about the Health At Every Size (HAES)* approach to wellness. Become involved in the student organization, Embodied: Living the HAES Way, on facebook at: https://www.facebook.com/groups/CSUCHAES/ and OrgSync: https://orgsync.com/72950/chapter
For more information please contact Michelle Morris at 530-898-4757 or email@example.com
* The HAES® paradigm is based on the premise that the best way to improve health is to honor your body. HAES encourages:
-Accepting & respecting the natural diversity of body sizes & shapes ;
-Eating in a flexible manner that values pleasure & honors internal cues of hunger, satiety & appetite; and
-Finding the joy in moving one’s body & becoming more physically vital.
The Queer People of Color Society, "QPOCS!”, is a student organization dedicated to providing a safe and affirming space for queer people of color and our allies.
We would like to invite anyone who is interested in our organization to attend our potluck on Sunday, September 21st from 12-2pm in the Cross Cultural Leadership Center (MLIB 172 right across from the BMU Marketplace). This will be a good opportunity to introduce this year’s officers and to meet our new and returning members. Bring friends, food, and join us for some fun!
The Hungry Wildcats Food Pantry is entering its second academic year! To continue helping our students succeed, we are requesting much needed items to re-stock our pantry.
If you would like to donate, we are in need of the following items:
- Snack items (granola bars, crackers)
- Protein (peanut butter, canned tuna, spam, chicken)
- Canned fruit
- Ready-to-Make items that only require water
- Breakfast items (cereal, instant oatmeal, breakfast bars)
Donations can be dropped off in Kendall 110. We also have a donation bins located in the Student Services Center lobby and the Kendall Hall breezeway.
If you would like to contact the Hungry Wildcats Food Pantry, please contact Kathleen Moroney in the VP Student Affairs Office at (530) 898-6131.
Cat Tracks opens October 1st! Free pedeometors at the WREC to track your steps through the month of October!!
Track your steps through the month of October with Cat Tracks! To promote health, fitness and the importance of walking the WREC is giving the CSU, Chico community the opportunity to track their steps with FREE pedometers. Cat Tracks “Walktober Edition” will feature weekly prize drawings, T-Shirt giveaways and the ability to see how many steps you take through the month of October. Here’s how Cat Tracks works:
- Come to the WREC front desk starting October 1st to register and receive your FREE pedometer.
- Wear your pedometer everyday on your hip to track your steps.
- Log onto Rec Sports Cat Tracker every Monday to input your steps from the past week.
- Have fun walking and tracking your steps to healthy living!
Individuals who enter their steps on the Rec Sports Cat Tracker program will automatically be entered into weekly prize drawings. Those who enter their steps every week through the month of October will receive a Cat Tracks T-Shirts.
As a campus goal, let’s walk 15 MILLION steps in October together!
Human Resources Services Center/Faculty Affairs
CSU, Chico Staff / Management Vacancies – Week of September 15, 2014
Please visit http://jobs.csuchico.edu/ and click Search Jobs to view the most current listing of staff and management job opportunities.
CSU Chico is an Equal Opportunity Employer - Minorities/Females/Veterans/Disability.
New this week (since 9/16/14):
(VA322) LEAD LOCKSMITH
University Housing and Food Service
(VA321) MEDICAL ASSISTANT (10/12)
Student Health Services
(VA320) LEAD GROUNDSWORKER
University Housing and Food Service
(VA319) INTERNATIONAL STUDENT ADMISSIONS ADVISOR (Student Services Professional IB)
Office of International Education
It’s that time again! The Fee Waiver Application submission period for 2015 Winter and Spring semesters is open October 6 to November 7, 2014. If you currently take advantage of the Fee Waiver Program benefit, but have some questions, or if you would like to start using this program, we strongly suggest that you attend our Employee Fee Waiver Information Session.
This workshop explains the types of fee waivers available to eligible CSU, Chico employees, an overview of the process, why and how an employee may participate, how a dependent may participate, and how managers can use the program to encourage and train their employees.
Employee Fee Waiver Information Session (click title to begin enrollment)
October 1, 2014 (Wednesday)
Meriam Library 043 (MLIB basement - Studio A)
Human Resources Service Center
Beverly Gentry, Manager for Professional Development
If you need a disability-related accommodation or wheelchair access information, please contact Professional Development, phone 530-898-6771, or email firstname.lastname@example.org a week in advance of the event.
Human Resources invites you view a list of other trainings scheduled for Fall 2014. For more information, e-mail email@example.com or contact Human Resources Service Center - Professional Development, (530) 898-6771 or x6233.
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